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Control Box for Unloader

STEC-360A
Operation Manual
<NC Program Edition>
Contents
1. OUTLINE ..................................................................................1
2. ADDING I/O ..............................................................................2
2-1. Standard I/O.....................................................................................................2
2-2. Additional Installation of I/O of the Interlock Board (PI360).........................3
2-3. Additionally Installing I/O Board (OPM401) .................................................4
2-4. About I/O.........................................................................................................5
2-4-1. Input Specifications .......................................................................................... 5
2-4-2. Connection of Input and Output Signals .......................................................... 5
2-4-3. Output Specifications ....................................................................................... 6
2-4-4. Output Signal Connection ................................................................................ 6

3. NC STEP PROGRAM................................................................7
3-1. Types of Programs ...........................................................................................7
3-2. Program Size ...................................................................................................7
3-3. Interruption Position........................................................................................8
3-4. List of Program Commands...........................................................................13
3-5. I/O and Memory for Program........................................................................35
3-6. Flow of the Program......................................................................................45
4. NC POINT SETTING..............................................................46
4-1. Display of NC Point Setting Screen ..............................................................46
4-2. NC Point Setting............................................................................................47
5. NC PACKAGING.....................................................................50
5-1. Display of NC Packaging Screen ..................................................................51
5-2. NC Packaging Setting....................................................................................52
5-3. NC Free Packaging........................................................................................55
5-3-1. Display of NC free packaging screen ............................................................. 55
5-3-2. NC free packaging setting .............................................................................. 56

6. FREE OPERATION ................................................................57


7. PROGRAM SAMPLE ..............................................................59

-APPENDIX-.............................................................................85
z NC step check sheet ............................................................................................85
z NC point check sheet ..........................................................................................86
z I/O connection circuit diagram ...........................................................................87
1. OUTLINE
STEC-360A is equipped with the interrupt program function that can insert any given NC
program between basic operations. (Option)
It is necessary to turn ON “Interrupt NC program” mode by the system mode to use this
function.
The interrupt program will not be executed even if the program is input while the mode is
turned OFF. You can use the function by adding the I/O board or I/O interface board when
newly connecting the input and output equipment and creating the program.
Four types of programs are provided according the uses.

This manual provides various information regarding the above mentioned additional board and
interrupt program. Please refer to separate Operation Manual <Operation Edition> as for
basic programming and operation of STEC-360A.

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2. ADDING I/O
2-1. Standard I/O
It is not necessary to additionally install I/O when you do not use new input and output signals
or you create a program within the range of the following input and output signals even if you
use the interrupt program.
The input and output signal at the machine side is controlled by the carriage unit relay board.
The standard input and output signals are as follows.
As for input and output which are optionally reserved, you can use them when options are not
installed or not to be installed.
* Please note that these input and output are used when options are installed.

Signal OTB Signal OTB


Details Details
name 470 name 470
L1 Traverse axis home position V1U
L2 Traverse axis overrun V1D
L12 Traverse axis release side area V1DH
Optionally reserved input

L3 Product arm ascent end V1S


L3S (S) arm ascent end V2B
L4 Product confirmation V2A
L4T Product confirmation in the chuck V2S
L4V Suction confirmation V31 Chuck open
L4S Runner confirmation V3V Suction release
L5 V32 Spool chuck open
L6 V3S Runner chuck open
L7 V4R Posture return
L8 Posture return end V4P Posture action
L9 Posture action end V5 Hook removal
L10 Traverse axis extract side area V6 Nipper in the chuck
L11 Hook removal end V7 Rotation return
Optionally reserved input

Optionally reserved input


PS Air pressure V8 Rotation action
L13 Spare input 2 V9 NT pull
L14 Rotation return end V10 NT cut
L15 Rotation action end V11 NT position
L16 Suction confirmation 2 V12 NT unit advance
L17 Spare input 1 V13 Suction release 2
L33 Interference prevention V14 Chuck slide
THT Traverse axis thermal V15 Air blow
LHW Product crosswise axis home position V16 Spare output 1
LOW Product crosswise axis overrun V17 Suction *1
LHS (S) Crosswise axis home position V18 Suction 2
LOS (S) Crosswise axis overrun MTB Traverse axis brake
LHV Product vertical axis home position MBW Product crosswise axis brake
LOV Product vertical axis overrun MBS (S) Crosswise axis brake
LHVS (S) Vertical axis home position MBV Product vertical axis brake
LOVS (S) Vertical axis overrun MBVS (S) Vertical axis brake

* Check input and output before using the unit because spare input and output may be used
according to the optional specifications of the unit.
*1 V17 is used at suction (standard).

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2-2. Additional Installation of I/O of the Interlock Board (PI360)
Additionally installing I/O interface board (SIOF88) on the interlock board (PI360) allows use
of sixteen input and output points. Names of additional installation positions and signals are
as follows;
* Be careful because these input and output are used when an option is attached.
Additional installation positions (connected to CON B, CON C)

Details of signals
INPUT OUTPUT
MD Safety door close RY1 Mold open safety
MO Mold open complete RY2 Mold close safety
MC Mold close complete RY3 Cycle start
ME Ejector end RY4
MN Defective product signal RY5 Alarm
RD Release side descend command RY6 Jig start
OD Release side safety RY7 Ejector advance
SP7 RY8
MA Molding machine automatic
SP10

H100 Mold replacement request 9B H130 Mold replacement allowed 5B


H109 Mold No. set 9A H131 Setting error 5A
Optionally
H110 Setting start 8B H132 Setting complete 4B
reserved
H111 Unloader operation allowed 8A H133 Setting operating 4A
H112 Error reset 7B 3B input output
7A 3A SIOF88
6B 2B CON B
6A 2A
H101 Mold No. 27 9B H134 Mold No. answer 27 5B
H102 Mold No. 26 9A H135 Mold No. answer 26 5A Optionally
H103 Mold No. 25 8B H136 Mold No. answer 25 4B reserved
H104 Mold No. 24 8A H137 Mold No. answer 24 4A
input output
H105 Mold No. 23 7B H138 Mold No. answer 23 3B
H106 Mold No. 22 7A H139 Mold No. answer 22 3A SIOF88
H107 Mold No. 21 6B H140 Mold No. answer 21 2B CON C
H108 Mold No. 20 6A H141 Mold No. answer 20 2A
* Check the specifications of the unit in advance because input and output 1 to 6 may be used
according to the optional specifications of the unit.

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2-3. Additionally Installing I/O Board (OPM401)
Input and output can be used by additionally installing I/O interface as follows:
* Install the external power supply for input and output when additionally installing this I/O
board (OPM401).
1) Additionally installing OPM401 ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・I/O : 8/8
2) Additionally installing OPM401and one SIOF88 ・・・・・・・・・I/O : 8/8 + 8/8
3) Additionally installing OPM401 and two SIOF88・・・・・・・・・・I/O : 8/8 + 8/8 × 2
4) Additionally installing OPM401 and three SIOF88・・・・・・・・・I/O : 8/8 + 8/8 × 3

INPUT OUTPUT
I 10 Input 10 9B O 10 Output 10 5B
I 11 Input 11 9A O 11 Output 11 5A
I 12 Input 12 8B O 12 Output 12 4B
I 13 Input 13 8A O 13 Output 13 4A OPM401
I 14 Input 14 7B O 14 Output 14 3B CON D
I 15 Input 15 7A O 15 Output 15 3A
I 16 Input 16 6B O 16 Output 16 2B
I 17 Input 17 6A O 17 Output 17 2A
I 18 Input 18 9B O 18 Output 18 5B
I 19 Input 19 9A O 19 Output 19 5A
I 20 Input 20 8B O 20 Output 20 4B
I 21 Input 21 8A O 21 Output 21 4A SIOF88
I 22 Input 22 7B O 22 Output 22 3B CON C
I 23 Input 23 7A O 23 Output 23 3A
I 24 Input 24 6B O 24 Output 24 2B
I 25 Input 25 6A O 25 Output 25 2A
I 26 Input 26 9B O 26 Output 26 5B
I 27 Input 27 9A O 27 Output 27 5A
I 28 Input 28 8B O 28 Output 28 4B
I 29 Input 29 8A O 29 Output 29 4A SIOF88
I 30 Input 30 7B O 30 Output 30 3B CON B
I 31 Input 31 7A O 31 Output 31 3A
I 32 Input 32 6B O 32 Output 32 2B
I 33 Input 33 6A O 33 Output 33 2A
I 34 Input 34 9B O 34 Output 34 5B
I 35 Input 35 9A O 35 Output 35 5A
I 36 Input 36 8B O 36 Output 36 4B
I 37 Input 37 8A O 37 Output 37 4A SIOF88
I 38 Input 38 7B O 38 Output 38 3B CON A
I 39 Input 39 7A O 39 Output 39 3A
I 40 Input 40 6B O 40 Output 40 2B
I 41 Input 41 6A O 41 Output 41 2A

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2-4. About I/O

2-4-1. Input Specifications


Input type DC input (sink type)
Input voltage Internal power source (DC24V) or external power source (DC24V ±15%)
Input current 10 mA or less
Operating voltage ON voltage: 2V or less
OFF voltage: 18V or more
Insulation method Photo coupler insulation

2-4-2. Connection of Input and Output Signals


Carriage unit relay board (OTB470)

I/O interface board (SIOF88), additional I/O board (OPM401)

*Conditions for external contact and the like


・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ Contact capacity: DC30V/20mA or more
Leak current between contacts when it is OFF
(when opening circuit): 100 µA or less

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2-4-3. Output Specifications
Output type Transistor output (sink type)
Rated load voltage DC24V
Maximum load 100mA/point (OTB470)
current 500mA or less (OPM401, SI0F88)
Leak current 0.1mA or less

2-4-4. Output Signal Connection


Carriage unit relay board (OTB470)

I/O interface board (SIOF88) and additional I/O board (OPM401)

* Take measures against noise by placing the diode and the like as close as possible to the
load when the load is the inductive one (relay coil, solenoid, and the like).

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3. NC STEP PROGRAM
3-1. Types of Programs
The programs are used to be pre-installed in the in the standard operating program for
interruption.
255 programs can be used totally as the interruption program functions. Numbers 1 to 255 are
allocated to all the programs. Details of the numbered programs are as follows;
Program number Use
1 to 50 For interruption to the product side arm operation
51 to 100 For interruption to the runner side arm operation
* 81 to 100 are for runner side arm individual operation
101 to 240 For serial start (instructed by the program for interruption)
This is used when operating in parallel with the standard operation of the unloader
or when the secondary processing machine individually operates.
* 201 to 216 can be started by NC free button.
241 to 250 For home position return
* This is instructed by the standard operation program.
251 to 255 For monitoring of alarm and the like (instructed by the interruption program)
It monitors LS input and the like as necessary and can stop all the interruption
programs being executed (except for No. 251 to 255) by the command of PAUSE
ON.

3-2. Program Size


Program capacity 32k Approximately 470 lines
Number of points that can be 100 points per axis
described in a program
Packaging 2 types
PLT1: Standard packaging (255 × 255 × 255)
PLT2: Free packaging (55 points)
* You need to confirm the range to be used in advance because it
used may be limited according to the optional specifications.
Number of points for free packaging: Up to 255 points including the
number of points used by the standard operation program

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3-3. Interruption Position
The interruption positions of the interruption programs are as indicated by the numerical values
in the circles as shown below.
The numerical values in the circles correspond to the interruption program numbers.
Normal operation

Sample release Defective product release

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Conditions before starting the standard interruption program
Conditions before and after machine side operation at each interruption position are as shown
below;
Interruption Condition Condition
position number before interruption after interruption

1 Automatic Home position return operation


2 Movement of the unloader stand-by Mold open complete (MO) Waiting for ON
position complete

3 MDW ON Produce side arm unloader descend
Mold open complete (MO) ON Descend timer (T1) start

4 MDW ON Produce side arm unloader advance
Product side arm unloader descend Advance timer (T2) start
(path) complete
Descend timer (T1) UP

5 MDW ON Ejector end memory (MEE) Waiting for ON
Product side arm unloader advance
complete
Advance timer (T2) UP

6 MDW ON Chuck close
Ejector end memory (MEE) ON Chuck close timer (T4) start

7 MDW ON Product side arm unloader return
Chuck close timer (T4) UP Return timer (T5) start

8 MDW ON Product side arm unloader ascent
Product side arm unloader return (path)
complete
Return timer (T5) UP

9 Ascent end (L3 • L3S) ON MDS ON
Runner release position movement
→ ◯
51 * Note 2
MDS OFF • MDTF ON
Advance midway release position
movement → ◯
10
MDS OFF • MDTF OFF
Product release position movement
→ ◯
16 * Note 1

10 MDW ON • MDTF ON Posture action
Advance midway release position Posture action timer (T7) start
movement complete

11 MDW ON • MDTF ON Midway release position descend
Posture action end (L9) ON Midway release timer (T12) start
Posture action timer (T7) UP

12 MDW ON • MDTF ON Sprue chuck open
Midway release position descend Sprue chuck open timer (T13) start
complete
Midway release timer (T12) UP

13 MDW ON • MDTF ON Release side ascent position movement
Sprue chuck open timer (T13) UP

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Interruption Condition Condition
position number before interruption after interruption

14 MDW ON • MDTF ON MDSS OFF
Ascent end (L3 • L3S) ON Posture return → ◯ 15
MDSS ON
Product release position movement
→ ◯
16


15 MDW ON • MDTF ON • MDSS OFF Product release position movement
Posture return end (L8) ON

16 MDW ON MDSS ON・Posture action end (L9) OFF
Product release position movement Posture action
complete Posture action timer (T7) start
→ ◯ 17
MDSS OFF
Product release position descend
Release side descend timer (T8) start
→ ◯
18


17 MDW ON • MDSS ON Product release position descend
Return end (L8) OFF Release side descend timer (T8) start
Posture action end (L9) ON
Posture action timer (T7) UP

18 MDW ON Chuck open
Product release position descend Chuck open timer (T9) start
complete
Release side descend timer (T8) UP

19 MDW ON Release side ascent position movement
Chuck open timer (T9) UP

20 MDW ON MDTB OFF
Ascent end (L3 • L3S) ON Posture return → ◯
21
MDTB ON
Posture action position movement
→ ◯
22


21 MDW ON • MDTB OFF Unloader stand-by position movement
Posture return end (L8) ON → ◯
2 * Note 2

22 MDW ON • MDTB ON Return release position movement
Return end (L8) OFF
Posture action end (L9) ON
Posture action timer (T7) UP

23 MDW ON • MDTB ON Midway release position descend
Return release position movement Midway release timer (T12) start

24 MDW ON • MDTB ON Sprue chuck open
Midway release position descend complete Sprue chuck open timer (T13) start
Midway release timer (T12) UP

25 MDW ON • MDTB ON Release side ascent position movement
Sprue chuck open timer (T13) UP

26 MDW ON • MDTB ON Posture return
Ascent end (L3 • L3S) ON

27 MDW ON • MDTB ON Unloader stand-by position movement
Posture return end (L8) ON → ◯
2 * Note 2

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Defective product release operation
Interruption Condition Condition
position before interruption after interruption
number

28 Midway release position movement Posture action
complete

29 Posture action end (L9) ON Midway release position descend
Midway release timer (T12) start

30 Midway release position descend complete Chuck open
Midway release timer (T12) UP Chuck open timer (T9) start

31 Chuck open timer (T9) UP Release side ascent position movement


32 Ascent end (L3 • L3S) ON MDTB OFF
Posture return → ◯
33 or ◯
39
MDTB ON
Return release position movement
→ ◯
22


33 Posture return end (L8) ON Midway stand-by position movement
→ ◯
2 * Note 2

Sample release operation


Interruption Condition Condition
position before interruption after interruption
number

34 Sample release position movement Posture action
complete

35 Posture action end (L9) ON Sample release position descend
Midway release timer (T12) start

36 Sample release position descend complete Chuck open
Midway release timer (T12) UP Chuck open timer (T9) start

37 Chuck open timer (T9) UP Release side ascent position movement


38 Ascent end (L3 • L3S) ON MDTB OFF
Posture return → ◯
33 or ◯
39
MDTB ON
Return release position movement
→ ◯
22


39 Posture return end (L8) ON Midway stand-by position movement
→ ◯
2 * Note 2

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Runner side operation
Interruption Condition Condition
position before interruption after interruption
number

81 MDS ON Runner side arm unloader descend
Mold open complete (MO) ON Runner side descend timer (T37) start

82 MDS ON Runner side arm unloader advance
Runner side arm unloader descend (path) Runner side advance timer (T38) start
complete
Descend timer (T37) UP

83 MDS ON Runner chuck close
Runner side arm unloader advance Runner side chuck close timer (T39) start
complete
Runner side advance timer (T38) UP

84 MDS ON Runner side arm unloader return
Runner side chuck close timer (T39) UP Runner side return timer (T40) start

85 MDS ON Runner side arm unloader ascent
Runner side arm unloader return (path)
complete
Runner side return timer (T40) UP

51 MDS ON Runner release descend
Runner release position movement Midway release timer (T12) start

52 MDS ON Sprue chuck open
Runner release descend complete Sprue chuck open timer (T13) start
Midway release timer (T12) UP

53 MDS ON Ascent position movement
Sprue chuck open timer (T13) UP

54 MDS ON MDW OFF
Ascent end (L3 • L3S) ON Unloader stand-by position movement
→ ◯
2
MDW ON • MDTF OFF
Product release position movement
→ ◯
16 *Note 1
MDW ON • MDTF ON
Advance midway release position
→ ◯
10

Note 1: The product release position moves to three different positions according to the state
of the product.
F Packaging position
R Defective product release position
X Sample release position
Note 2: The posture action must be conducted before moving to each position when the mode
of advance unloader side posture (MDTA, MDTA2) is ON (used).

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3-4. List of Program Commands
Axis operation command

MOVE
It moves the axis to the teaching position by PTP operation.
[Format] MOVE Axis No. Point No.
[Input example] MOVE A1 P001 ......Moves the axis No.1 to the point No.1.

1. The axes that can be input are displayed below the window when the command is input.
2. Select the axis to be moved. Then select the point and press “OK” button.
* Separately sold software (PCS360) is required to edit the setting file.

POINT
The program will proceed after completion of movement.
Available axis No. ・・・・・・・・・・・・・A1(traverse axis) to A5(S vertical axis)
* Use the mark [,] when selecting multiple numbers.
Available point No. ・・・・・・・・・・・・P001 to P100
Available packaging ・・・・・・・・・・・PLT1 (pitch)
PLT2 (free 55 point)

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MOVEP
PTP operation will move the axis to the teaching position.
[Format] MOVEP Axis No. Point No.
[Input example] MOVEP A1 P001 ......Moves the axis No.1 to the point No.1.

1. The axes that can be input are displayed on the window when the command is selected.
2. Select the axis to be moved. Then select the point and press “OK” button.
* Separately sold software (PCS360) is required to edit the setting file.

POINT
The program will proceed without waiting for completion of movement.
Available axis No. ・・・・・・・・・・・・・A1(traverse axis) to A5(S vertical axis)
* Use the mark [,] when selecting multiple numbers.
Available point No. ・・・・・・・・・・・・P001 to P100
Available packaging ・・・・・・・・・・・PLT1 (pitch)
PLT2 (free 55 point)

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HOME
It conducts home return.
[Format] HOME Axis No.
[Input example] HOME A1................Returns the axis No.1 to the home
position.
1. The axes that can be input are displayed on the window when the command is selected.
2. Press [OK] button after you select the axis which is returned to home position.
* Separately sold software (PCS360) is required to edit the setting file.

POINT
The program will proceed after completion of home return.
Available axis No. ・・・・・・・・・・・・・A1(traverse axis) to A5(S vertical axis)
* Use the mark [,] when selecting multiple numbers.

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HOMEP
It conducts home return.
[Format] HOMEP Axis No.
[Input example] HOMEP A1................Returns the axis No.1 to the home
position.

1. The axes that can be input are displayed on the window when the command is selected.
2. Press [OK] button after you select the axis which is returned to home position.
* Separately sold software (PCS360) is required to edit the setting file.

POINT
The program will proceed without waiting for the axis to return to the home position.
Available axis No. ・・・・・・・・・・・・・A1(traverse axis) to A5(S vertical axis)
* Use the mark [,] when selecting multiple numbers.

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BREAK
It stops the axis while it is moving.
[Format] BREAK Axis No.
[Input example] BREAK A1................Stops movement of axis No. 1.

1. The axes that can be input are displayed on the window when the command is selected.
2. Press [OK] button after you select the axis which is stopped.
* Separately sold software (PCS360) is required to edit the setting file.

POINT
• Available axis No. ・・・・・・・・・・・・A1(traverse axis) to A5(S vertical axis)
* Use the mark [,] when selecting multiple numbers.
• This can be used even with MOVEP.

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PATH
It sets the path amount (%) by ON or OFF.
[Format] PATH ON/OFF Axis No. Path amount
[Input example] PATH ON A1 80..........Set the path amount of the axis No.1 to
80%.

1. Window with “Set Axis Pass", “Release Pass" radio buttons items is displayed when
command is selected.
2. The axes that can be input and the path amount are displayed when axes in “Set Axis Pass"
are selected. Select “Release Pass" when pass motion is not needed.
3. Press “OK" button after selecting “Set Axis Pass" or “Release Pass".
* Separately sold software (PCS360) is required to edit the setting file.

POINT
Available axis No. ・・・・・・・・・・・・・A1(traverse axis) to A5(S vertical axis)
* Use the mark [,] when selecting multiple numbers.
Path amount ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・Sets % of the moving distance.

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SPEED
It sets the speed (%).
[Format] SPEED Numerical value
[Input example] SPEED 85 ................Set the speed of all axes to 85 %.

1. Window with “All Axis", “Set Axis" radio buttons items is displayed when command is
selected. Speed of all axes is same if “All Axis" is selected. The axes that can be input and
their speed are displayed if “Set Axis" is selected.
2. Press “OK" button after selecting “All Axis " or “Set Axis ".
* Separately sold software (PCS360) is required to edit the setting file.

POINT
Available axis No. ・・・・・・・・・・・・・A1(traverse axis) to A5(S vertical axis)
* Use the mark [,] when selecting multiple numbers.
Speed・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・Sets the speed by %.

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Input and output command

OUT
It turns ON or OFF the external output signal and internal memory.
[Format] OUT signal name ON
[Input example] OUT V3V ON.......Turns ON V3V.

1. Selecting the command will display the signals that can be input on the window.
2. Press [OK] button after the program is set.
* Separately sold software (PCS360) is required to edit the setting file.

POINT
Specify the first bit and describe the value by the decimal number when setting the value.
8 bits starting from the specified bit will be commanded.
(Example) If setting M070, M070 to M077 will be commanded.
* Internal memory will be handled in binary form.

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OUTP
It outputs pulse to the external output signal and internal memory.
[Format] OUTP signal name ON
[Input example] OUTP V3V ON .............V3V Only one scan is turned on.

1. Selecting the command will display the signals that can be input on the window.
2. Press [OK] button after the program is set.
* Separately sold software (PCS360) is required to edit the setting file.

POINT
Only one scan is turned ON.

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IN
It compares the states of the input signal and internal memory and wait until they
correspond.
[Format] IN signal name ON
[Input example] IN L3 ON ........L3 confirms that it is turned ON.

1. Selecting the command will display the signals that can be input on the window.
2. Press [OK] button after the program is set.
* Separately sold software (PCS360) is required to edit the setting file.

POINT
If multiple statuses are set, operation will not proceed until all of them correspond.

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INC
It adds one to the specified variable.
[Format] INC variable ON
[Entry example] INC M070 ....... Adds one to M070.

1. Selecting the command will display the variable that can be entered on the window.
2. Press [OK] button after the program is set.
* Separately sold software (PCS360) is required to edit the setting file.

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DEC
It subtracts one from the specified variable.
[Format] DEC signal name ON
[Entry example] DEC M070...... Subtracts one from M070.

1. Selecting the command will display the variable that can be entered on the window.
2. Press [OK] button after the program is set.
* Separately sold software (PCS360) is required to edit the setting file.

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CINC
It adds 1 to the count value of the specified preset counter.
[Format] CINC Preset counter 1~8
[Entry example] CINC PCIN1

1. If this command is selected, PCIN1 to PCIN4 are displayed on the window.


2. Press [OK] button after the program is set.
* Separately sold software (PCS360) is required to edit the setting file.

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CDEC
It adds 1 to the count value of the specified preset counter.
[Format] CDEC Preset counter 1~8
[Entry example] CDEC PCIN1

1. If this command is selected, PCIN1 to PCIN4 are displayed on the window.


2. Press [OK] button after the program is set.
* Separately sold software (PCS360) is required to edit the setting file.

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CCLR
It clears the count value of the specified preset counter.
[Format] CCLR Preset counter 1~8
[Entry example] CCLR PCIN1

1. If this command is selected, PCIN1 to PCIN4 are displayed on the window.


2. Press [OK] button after the program is set.
* Separately sold software (PCS360) is required to edit the setting file.

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WAIT

It puts the unit to stand-by state until the specified time elapses.
It puts the unit to stand-by state until it matches with the specified state.
[Format] WAIT timer No.
WAIT value
[Entry example] WAIT T81 .. Puts the unit to the stand-by state until T100
completes.
WAIT 1.50..... Puts the unit to the stand-by state for 1.5 second.

1. Selecting the command will display the timer that can be entered on the window.
2. Press [OK] button after the program is set.
* Separately sold software (PCS360) is required to edit the setting file.

POINT
T** ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ Variable timer (T81 ~ T100)
NC step release timer
TIME (value) ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ Directly sets second.
* 0.00 to 99.99 seconds can be set.
POS ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ It puts the unit to the stand-by state until movement
by MOVEP or HOMEP completes.

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Control command

GOTO
It conducts branch to the specified label.
[Format] GOTO label No.
[Entry example] GOTO L001 .... Moves to the label No. 001.

1. Selecting the command will display "Label No:" in “Operand Input Wizard" window.
2. Press [OK] button after the program is set.
* Separately sold software (PCS360) is required to edit the setting file.

POINT
It conducts unconditional branches.
It can also be set by IF condition setting.
The label to which it branches may be in a different program.

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L***
Label.It specifies the location to which the operation is branched by the GOTO or GOSUB
command.

POINT
L001 to L255 are used in all NC steps.

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GOSUB
It conducts branch to the specified program.
[Format] GOSUB program No.
[Entry example] GOSUB #001 .... It is branched to the program No.001.

1. Selecting the command will display “Prog No:".


2. Press [OK] button after the program is set.
* Separately sold software (PCS360) is required to edit the setting file.

POINT
It conducts unconditional branches. Unlike GOTO, however, it returns to the line after
GOSUB by entering RET in the branch program.
It can also be set by IF condition setting.

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RET
It returns to the program branched by GOSUB.
[Format] RET
[Entry example] RET ... It returns to the next line of the program in which GOSUB is
described.

END
It declares end of the program.
[Format] END

POINT
If it is declared at some midpoint of the program, the remainder of the program will not
be executed.

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ON
Starts the specified program parallelly.
[Format] ON Program No.
[Entry example] ON #101 .....It starts the program No. 101 parallelly.

POINT
The programs that can be specified are 101 to 240 and 241 to 255.

OFF
It stops the specified program.
[Format] OFF Program No.
[Entry example] OFF #101 .....It stops the program No. 101.

POINT
The programs that can be specified are 101 to 240 and 241 to 255.

IF
It judges various conditions.
[Format] IF
[Entry example] IF SP10 ON GOSUB #101
It is branched to the program No. 101 if SP10 is ON.
It goes to the next STEP No. if SP10 is OFF.

PAUSE
It temporarily suspends all NC programs.
[Format] PAUSE ON: Stops temporarily.
PAUSE OFF: Cancels temporary stop.

POINT
It can be set only for programs 251 to 255.

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ALM
It outputs the alarm.
[Format] ALM alarm No.
[Entry example] ALM 55 .....It outputs the alarm No.55.

POINT
It outputs the buzzer. The message is also displayed on the pendant.
* The message number corresponds to the set number + 200. Use 1 to 55 because
messages of 56 or later are output as standard.

List of connection symbols


Symbol Meaning Available commands
, (comma) AND IN, OUT, MOVE, MOVEP, HOME, HOMEP, IF,
PATH, BREAK, SPEED
or OR IN, IF
= match, substitution IF, OUT (Only = is used.)
> Larger
< Smaller
# Do not match

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3-5. I/O and Memory for Program
BANK 3M MEM unit

Unit No. Bit Symbol Name Remark


0 L1 Traverse home position OTB470
1 L2 Traverse overrun
2 L12 Release side area
3 L3 Arm ascent end
4 L3S (S) ascent end
5 L4 Product confirmation
6 L4T Product confirmation in the chuck
0 7 L4V Suction confirmation
(|) 8 L4S Runner detection
9 L5
A L6
B L7
C L8 Posture return end
D L9 Posture action end
E L10 Extract side area
F L11 Hook removal end
0 PS Air pressure OTB470
1 L13 Spare input 2
2 L14 Rotation return end
3 L15 Rotation action end
4 L16 Suction confirmation 2
5 L17 Spare input 1
6 L33 Interference prevention
1 7
(|) 8 MDM Manual switch (9B)
9 MDA Automatic switch (9A)
A STAR Automatic start PB (8B)
B ORGS Home position return switch (8A)
C IN1C (7B)
D IN1D (7A)
E IN1E (6B)
F IN1F (6A)

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BANK 0 I/O unit

Unit No. Bit Symbol Name Remark


0 V1U Product arm ascent OTB470
1 V1D Product arm descent
2 V1DH
3 V1S
4 V2B
5 V2A
6 V2S
2 7 V31 Chuck open
( ) 8 V3V Suction release
9 V32 Sprue chuck open
A V3S Runner chuck open *1
B V4R Posture return
C V4P Posture action
D V5 Hook removal
E V6 Nipper in the chuck
F V7 Rotation return
Held *2
0 V8 Rotation action
1 V9 NT pull
2 V10 NT cut
3 V11 NT position
4 V12 NT unit advance
5 V13 Suction release 2
3 6 V14 Chuck slide
( ) 7 V15 Air blow
8 V16 Spare output 1
9 V17 Suction
A V18 Suction 2
B BZ Alarm buzzer (4A)
C ALP Alarm LED (3B)
D SLP Automatic start lamp (3A)
E OU3E (2B)
F OU3F (2A)

*1 They turn output ON/OFF with the standard operation program.


Refer to *4 on page 36 to turn ON/OFF these outputs with NC program.
*2 Memory and output marked with “Held” are held even when the automatic operation is
stopped by ON/OFF state.

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BANK 0 I/O unit

Unit No. Bit Symbol Name Remark


0 MD Safety door close PI360
1 MO Mold open complete
2 MC Mold close complete
3 ME Ejector end
4 MN Defective product signal
5 RD Release side descent command
6 OD Release side safety door close
4 7 SP7
(|) 8 MA Molding machine automatic PI360
9 SP10
A
B
C
D
E
F
0 H100 Mold replacement request (9B) PI360
1 H109 Mold No. set (9A) SIOF88
2 H110 Setting start (8B) CON B
3 H111 Unloader operation allowed (8A)
4 H112 Error reset (7B)
5 (7A)
6 (6B)
5 7 (6A)
(|) 8 H101 Mold No. 27 (9B) PI360
9 26 (9A) SIOF88
A 25 (8B) CON C
B 24 (8A)
C 23 (7B)
D 22 (7A)
E 21 (6B)
F 20 (6A)

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BANK 0 I/O unit

Unit No. Bit Symbol Name Remark


0 RY1 Mold open safely PI360
1 RY2 Mold close safely
2 RY3 Cycle start
3 RY4
4 RY5 Alarm
5 RY6 Jig start
6 RY7 Ejector advance
6 7 RY8
( ) 8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F
0 H130 Mold replacement allowed (5B) PI360
1 H131 Setting error (5A) SIOF88
2 H132 Setting complete (4B) CON B
3 H133 Setting operating (4A)
4 (3B)
5 (3A)
6 (2B)
7 7 (2A)
( ) 8 H134 Mold No. answer 2 (5B) PI360
9 2 (5A) SIOF88
A 2 (4B) CON C
B 2 (4A)
C 2 (3B)
D 2 (3A)
E 2 (2B)
F 2 (2A)

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BANK 0 I/O unit

Unit No. Bit Symbol Name Remark


0 I 10 (9B) OPM401
1 I 11 (9A) CON D
2 I 12 (8B)
3 I 13 (8A)
4 I 14 (7B)
5 I 15 (7A)
6 I 16 (6B)
8 7 I 17 (6A)
(|) 8 I 18 (9B) SIOF88
9 I 19 (9A) CON C
A I 20 (8B)
B I 21 (8A)
C I 22 (7B)
D I 23 (7A)
E I 24 (6B)
F I 25 (6A)
0 I 26 (9B) SIOF88
1 I 27 (9A) CON B
2 I 28 (8B)
3 I 29 (8A)
4 I 30 (7B)
5 I 31 (7A)
6 I 32 (6B)
9 7 I 33 (6A)
(|) 8 I 34 (9B) SIOF88
9 I 35 (9A) CON A
A I 36 (8B)
B I 37 (8A)
C I 38 (7B)
D I 39 (7A)
E I 40 (6B)
F I 41 (6A)

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BANK 0 I/O unit

Unit No. Bit Symbol Name Remark


0 O 10 (5B) OPM401
1 O 11 (5A) CON D
2 O 12 (4B)
3 O 13 (4A)
4 O 14 (3B)
5 O 15 (3A)
Held *2
6 O 16 (2B)
A 7 O 17 (2A)
( ) 8 O 18 (5B) SIOF88
9 O 19 (5A) CON C
A O 20 (4B)
B O 21 (4A)
C O 22 (3B)
D O 23 (3A)
E O 24 (2B)
F O 25 (2A)
0 O 26 (5B) SIOF88
1 O 27 (5A) CON B
2 O 28 (4B)
3 O 29 (4A)
4 O 30 (3B)
5 O 31 (3A)
6 O 32 (2B)
B 7 O 33 (2A)
( ) 8 O 34 (5B) SIOF88
9 O 35 (5A) CON A
A O 36 (4B)
B O 37 (4A)
C O 38 (3B)
D O 39 (3A)
E O 40 (2B)
F O 41 (2A)

*2 Memory and output marked with “Held” are held even when the automatic operation is
stopped by ON/OFF state.

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BANK 3M MEM unit

Unit No. Bit Symbol Name Remark


0 MMOPS NC step release memory (one cycle)
1 MMME NC step release memory (ejector end)
2 MFALM NC step release memory (production end)
3 MPEND NC step release memory
(production end advance notice) *3
4 MIRUP NC step release memory
(initial defective product ejection UP)
5 MSMUP NC step release memory (sample operation UP)
6 MXSTP NC step release memory (sample stopping)
0 7 M007 NC step release memory
(R) 8 M008 NC step release memory
9 M009 NC step release memory
A M00A NC step release memory
B M00B NC step release memory
C M00C NC step release memory
D M00D NC step release memory
E M00E NC step release memory
F M00F NC step release memory
0 M010 NC step release memory
1 MOCYL NC step release memory (all cycles)
2 MTCYL NC step release memory (unloading time)
3 MWINC NC step release memory (count the number to
unload)
4 MIRIN NC step release memory
(count the defective product ejection)
5 MSMIN NC step release memory *3
(count the initial defective product ejection)
6 MRLIN NC step release memory (count the sample
operation)
1 7 MMAL NC step release memory (master stop)
(R) 8 MDELE NC step release memory
(automatic and home position return stop)
9 M019 NC step release memory
A M01A NC step release memory
B MV4R Posture return
C MV4P Posture action
D MCC Product chuck close *4
E MV32 Sprue chuck close
F MV3S Runner chuck close
*3 It refers to memory that can be used with NC step program. Use it according to purposes.
*4 Use this type of memory when turning ON/OFF the output of posture action, return and
chuck close with NC program.

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BANK 3M MEM unit

Unit No. Bit Symbol Name Remark


0 M020 NC step release memory
Held *2
1 M021 NC step release memory
2 M022 NC step release memory
Held
3 M023 NC step release memory
4 M024 NC step release memory
Held
5 M025 NC step release memory
6 M026 NC step release memory
Held
2 7 M027 NC step release memory
(R) 8 M028 NC step release memory
Held
9 M029 NC step release memory
A M02A NC step release memory
Held
B M02B NC step release memory
C M02C NC step release memory
Held
D M02D NC step release memory
E M02E NC step release memory
Held
F M02F NC step release memory
0 M030 NC step release memory
Held
1 M031 NC step release memory
2 M032 NC step release memory
Held
3 M033 NC step release memory
4 M034 NC step release memory
Held
5 M035 NC step release memory
6 M036 NC step release memory
Held
3 7 M037 NC step release memory
(R) 8 M038 NC step release memory
Held
9 M039 NC step release memory
A M03A NC step release memory
Held
B M03B NC step release memory
C M03C NC step release memory
Held
D M03D NC step release memory
E M03E NC step release memory
Held
F M03F NC step release memory
*2 Memory and output marked with “Held” are held even when the automatic operation is
stopped by ON/OFF state.
(Example) Turning ON M020 will turn OFF the other M021 and tuning ON M021 will turn
OFF M020.
This is applicable to other sections to be held.

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BANK 3M MEM unit

Unit No. Bit Symbol Name Remark


0 M040 NC step release memory
1 M041 NC step release memory
2 M042 NC step release memory
3 M043 NC step release memory
4 M044 NC step release memory
5 M045 NC step release memory
6 M046 NC step release memory
4 7 M047 NC step release memory
(R) 8 M048 NC step release memory
9 M049 NC step release memory
A M04A NC step release memory
B M04B NC step release memory
C M04C NC step release memory
D M04D NC step release memory
E M04E NC step release memory
F M04F NC step release memory
0 M050 NC step release memory
1 M051 NC step release memory
2 M052 NC step release memory
3 M053 NC step release memory
4 M054 NC step release memory
5 M055 NC step release memory
6 M056 NC step release memory
5 7 M057 NC step release memory
(R) 8 M058 NC step release memory
9 M059 NC step release memory
A M05A NC step release memory
B M05B NC step release memory
C M05C NC step release memory
D M05D NC step release memory
E M05E NC step release memory
F M05F NC step release memory

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BANK 3M MEM unit

Unit No. Bit Symbol Name Remark


0 M060 NC step release memory
1 M061 NC step release memory
2 M062 NC step release memory
3 M063 NC step release memory
4 M064 NC step release memory
5 M065 NC step release memory
6 M066 NC step release memory
6 7 M067 NC step release memory
(R) 8 M068 NC step release memory
9 M069 NC step release memory
A M06A NC step release memory
B M06B NC step release memory
C M06C NC step release memory
D M06D NC step release memory
E M06E NC step release memory
F M06F NC step release memory
0 M070 NC step release memory
1 M071 NC step release memory
2 M072 NC step release memory
3 M073 NC step release memory
4 M074 NC step release memory
5 M075 NC step release memory
6 M076 NC step release memory
7 7 M077 NC step release memory
(R) 8 M078 NC step release memory
9 M079 NC step release memory
A M07A NC step release memory
B M07B NC step release memory
C M07C NC step release memory
D M07D NC step release memory
E M07E NC step release memory
F M07F NC step release memory

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3-6. Flow of the Program

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4. NC POINT SETTING

POINT
It can be set only when the select switch is set to the manual operation.

4-1. Display of NC Point Setting Screen


1. Select [MENU]-[SYSTEM],
and [INTERRUPT NC PROGRAM] button
is set in use.

1. Select [MENU]-[NC STEP]-[NC POINT


SET].

→ NC POINT P001 screen is displayed.

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4-2. NC Point Setting
Enter the values as follows;
Action setting method ・・・・・・Sheet key entry (fine adjustment)
Value setting method ・・・・・・Entry by ten keys and [+] or [-] button

Action setting method


1. Move the orange cursor with
keys to the axis required.

* Press (previous point) (next

point) keys to show the other point setting


screens.

Or, press key to switch to the point

selection screen.

2. Press or key while keeping

pressed the operable key to move the axis to


the position required.

........... Moves the axis to the

opposite direction of the home


position

........... Moves the axis to the

direction of the home position

3. Press key to show (position

memory) (group memory) keys on

the screen.

4. Press (group memory) key to

memorize the current positions when the


moving has been completed.

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* Press (position memory) key to

memorize only one axis which the cursor


indicates.

CAUTION
Please confirm that the current position and the setting value for that are exactly
the same after using (position memory) (group memory) keys to
memorize the position.

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Value entry method

POINT

Only keys are available when changing the values under the automatic
operation. Furthermore, only digits of less than 1 mm can be changed in that case.

1. Move the orange cursor with


keys to the axis required.
* The value will turn yellow if the axis
completes to move to the point shown by
the unloader.

* Press (previous point) (next

point) keys to show the other point on

another page. Or, Press key to

switch to the point selection screen.

2. Input values using ten keys or

keys.

CAUTION
Be sure to confirm the operation of the unloader by manual operation or step
operation before starting the automatic operation when each point position was
changed by the value setting method.

Be sure to set the speed to minimum when each point position was changed.

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5. NC PACKAGING
The order to set the products extracted from the molding machine in the conveyor or box and to
release them can be set as explained in this chapter.

POINT
• The points that can be set by NC packaging are up to 255 for each axis.
• The points for free packaging is included in the points for NC free packaging.
Therefore, the total points should be up to 255 for both.
• Be sure to create the instruction to “change the box” in the interrupt program.
• The NC program does not start unless [NC program] in the mode setting is ON.
• Refer to “4-10. Packaging Setting” in “Operational Edition” for details of packaging.

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5-1. Display of NC Packaging Screen

POINT
It is possible to set only when the selector switch is manual mode.

1. Select [MENU]-[SYSTEM],
and [INTERRUPT NC PROGRAM] button
is set in use.

2. Select [MENU]-[NC STEP]-[NC


PACKAGE]

→ NC PACKAGE screen is displayed.

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5-2. NC Packaging Setting
Enter the values as follows;
Action setting method --- Set by free operation
Value setting method --- Set by ten keys and [ON/UP] or [OFF/DOWN] key

● Action setting method


1. Move the orange cursor with
keys to the axis required.

* Press key to switch to the point

selection screen to show the other point


setting screens.

2. Press or key while keeping

pressed the operable key to move the axis to


the position required.

........... Moves the axis to the

opposite direction of the home


position

........... Moves the axis to the

direction of the home position

3. Press key to show (position

memory) (group memory) keys on

the screen.

4. Press (group memory) key to

memorize the current positions when the


moving has been completed.

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* Press (position memory) key to

memorize only one axis which the cursor


indicates.

CAUTION
Please confirm that the current position and the setting value for that are exactly
the same after using (position memory) (group memory) keys to
memorize the position.

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Value entry method

POINT

Only keys are available when changing the values under the automatic
operation. Furthermore, only digits of less than 1 mm can be changed in that case.

1. Move the orange cursor with


keys to the axis required.
* The value will turn yellow if the axis
completes to move to the point shown by
the unloader.

* Press key to switch to the point

selection screen to show the other point on


another page.

2. Input values using ten keys or

keys.

CAUTION
Be sure to confirm the operation of the unloader by manual operation or step
operation before starting the automatic operation when each point position was
changed by the value setting method.

Be sure to set the speed to minimum when each point position was changed.

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5-3. NC Free Packaging

5-3-1. Display of NC free packaging screen

POINT
It is possible to set only when the selector switch is manual mode.

1. Select [MENU]-[SYSTEM],
and [INTERRUPT NC PROGRAM] button
is set in use.

2. Select [MENU]-[NC STEP]-[NC FREE


PACKAGE]

→ NC FREE PACKAGE screen is displayed.

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5-3-2. NC free packaging setting
Enter the values as follows;
Action setting method ・・・・・・・Sheet key input (fine adjustment)
Value setting method ・・・・・・・・Enter by ten keys and [+] or [-] button
* Refer to “5-2 NC Packaging Setting” as for entry method of each value.

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6. FREE OPERATION
The details of PROG No. 201 to 216 set with NC step can be confirmed with operation of
buttons. Pressing this button will execute the created program.

POINT
* For example, it can be used for turning ON and OFF the valve.

1. Select [MENU]-[SYSTEM],
and [INTERRUPT NC PROGRAM] button
is set in use.

2. Select [MENU]-[FREE OPERATION], and


press the [NC FREE OPE] key.

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→ NC PACKAGE screen is displayed.
Move the red cursor with
keys to the key that you want to operate,
and display it.
* NC manual 201…RPOG#201 Operates while
this button is pressed.
NC manual 216…RPOG#216 Operates while
this button is pressed.

3. Press the operable key and (NC

free) key to operate the valve, etc.

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7. PROGRAM SAMPLE
Case-1
Rotation operation (when the rotation unit is installed on the chuck plate)

The input and output signals in OTB470 is used with this sample.
L14: rotation return end input, L15: Rotation action end input, V7: Rotation return output, V8:
Rotation action output
Interrupt program No.8
STEP LAB COM OPE Details
PROG #008
001 OUT V7 OFF, V8 ON Rotation start output
002 WAIT T82 T82 setting time stand-by
003 IF L15 OFF GOTO L120 Error when rotation action end is OFF
004 IF L14 ON GOTO L120 Error when rotation return end is ON
005 END
END

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Interrupt program No.9
STEP LAB COM OPE Details
PROG #009
001 OUT V7 ON, V8 OFF Rotation return output
002 WAIT T81 T81 setting time stand-by
003 IF L14 OFF GOTO L121 Error when rotation return end is OFF
004 IF L15 ON GOTO L121 Error when rotation action end is ON
005 END
END

Rotation return operation (free operation) program No. 201


STEP LAB COM OPE Details
PROG #201
001 OUT V8 OFF
002 OUT V7 ON Rotation return output
003 END
END

Rotation action operation (free operation) program No. 202


STEP LAB COM OPE Details
PROG #202
001 OUT V7 OFF
002 OUT V8 ON Rotation action output
003 END
END

Home position return program No. 241


STEP LAB COM OPE Details
PROG #241
001 IF L3 ON GOTO L001 Ascent end check
002 IF L12 OFF GOTO L119 Home position return disabled when drop
side area is OFF
003 HOME A4 A4 (vertical) home position return
004 IN L3 ON Ascent end waiting
005 L001 OUT MV4R ON, MV4P OFF Posture return output
006 IN L8 ON, L9 OFF Posture return end check
007 WAIT 0.10 0.10 second stand-by
008 OUT V7 ON, V8 OFF Rotation return output
009 WAIT T81 T81 set time stand-by
010 IF L15 OFF GOTO L121 Error when rotation action end is OFF
011 IF L14 ON GOTO L121 Error when rotation return end is ON
012 END
END

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Home position return disabled program No. 251
STEP LAB COM OPE Details
PROG #251
001 L119 ALM 1 Alarm 1 (201) output
002 OUT MDELE ON Operation stop output
003 GOTO L119
004 END
END

Rotation action error program No. 252


STEP LAB COM OPE Details
PROG #252
001 L120 ALM 2 Alarm 2 (202) output
002 OUT MDELE ON Operation stop output
003 GOTO L120
004 END
END

Rotation return error program No. 253


STEP LAB COM OPE Details
PROG #253
001 L121 ALM 3 Alarm 3 (203) output
002 OUT MDELE ON Operation stop output
003 GOTO L121
004 END
END

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Case-2
Gate cut system (Gate cut for 5 locations)

SIOF88 is added to PI360 for this sample.


O01: Nipper cut output

Interrupt program No. 16


STEP LAB COM OPE Details
PROG #016
001 SPEED 70 Speed 70 % specification
002 OUT M020 OFF, M021 ON Gate cut area advance memory ON
003 MOVE A1, A2 P001 A1 (traverse), A2 (crosswise) P001
movement
004 MOVE A4 P001 A4 (vertical) P001 movement
005 SPEED 15 Speed 15 % specification
006 MOVE A2 P002 A2 (crosswise) P002 movement (the first
time)
007 WAIT T81 T81 set time stand-by
008 OUT O 01 ON Nipper cut output
009 WAIT T82 T82 set time stand-by
010 OUT O 01 OFF Nipper cut output OFF
011 WAIT T83 T83 set time stand-by
012 MOVE A2 P003 A2 (crosswise) P003 movement
013 SPEED 70 Speed 70 % specification

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STEP LAB COM OPE Details
014 MOVE A1, A4 P003 A1 (traverse), A4 (vertical) P003
movement
015 SPEED 15 Speed 15 % specification
016 MOVE A2 P004 A2 (crosswise) P004 movement (the
second time)
017 WAIT T81 T81 set time stand-by
018 OUT O 01 ON Nipper cut output
019 WAIT T82 T82 set time stand-by
020 OUT O 01 OFF Nipper cut output OFF
021 WAIT T83 T83 set time stand-by
022 MOVE A2 P005 A2 (crosswise) P005 movement
023 SPEED 70 Speed 70 % specification
024 MOVE A1, A4 P005 A1 (traverse), A4 (vertical) P005
movement
025 SPEED 15 Speed 15 % specification
026 MOVE A2 P006 A2 (crosswise) P006 movement (the
third time)
027 WAIT T81 T81 set time stand-by
028 OUT O 01 ON Nipper cut output
029 WAIT T82 T82 set time stand-by
030 OUT O 01 OFF Nipper cut output OFF
031 WAIT T83 T83 set time stand-by
032 MOVE A2 P007 A2 (crosswise) P007 movement
033 SPEED 70 Speed 70 % specification
034 MOVE A1, A4 P007 A1 (traverse), A4 (vertical) P007
movement
035 SPEED 15 Speed 15 % specification
036 MOVE A2 P008 A2 (crosswise) P008 movement (the
fourth time)
037 WAIT T81 T81 set time stand-by
038 OUT O 01 ON Nipper cut output
039 WAIT T82 T82 set time stand-by
040 OUT O 01 OFF Nipper cut output OFF
041 WAIT T83 T83 set time stand-by
042 MOVE A2 P009 A2 (crosswise) P009 movement
043 SPEED 70 Speed 70 % specification
044 MOVE A1, A4 P009 A1 (traverse), A4 (vertical) P009
movement
045 SPEED 15 Speed 15 % specification
046 MOVE A2 P010 A2 (crosswise) P010 movement (the fifth
time)
047 WAIT T81 T81 set time stand-by
048 OUT O 01 ON Nipper cut output
049 WAIT T82 T82 set time stand-by
050 OUT O 01 OFF Nipper cut output OFF
051 WAIT T83 T83 set time stand-by
052 MOVE A2 P011 A2 (crosswise) P011 movement
053 SPEED 70 Speed 70 % specification

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STEP LAB COM OPE Details
054 MOVE A1, A4 P011 A1 (traverse), A4 (vertical) P011
movement
055 SPEED 100 Speed 100 % specification
056 MOVE A1, A2, A4 P012 A1, A2, A4P012 movement
057 OUT M020 ON, M021 OFF Gate cut area advance memory OFF
058 END
END

Free operation program No. 201


STEP LAB COM OPE Details
PROG #201
001 OUT O 01 ON Nipper cut output
002 END
END

Home position return program No. 241


STEP LAB COM OPE Details
PROG #241
001 IF M020 ON GOTO L110 Gate cut area advance memory OFF
002 IF L12 OFF GOTO L110 Drop side area OFF check
003 IF L3 ON GOTO L110 Ascent end ON check
004 IF L9 ON GOTO L110 Posture action end ON check
005 IF MORG OFF GOTO Return disabled when home position
L119 returned is OFF
006 SPEED 15 Speed 15 % specification
007 MOVE A2 P011 A2 (crosswise) P011 movement
008 HOME A4 A4 (vertical) home position return
009 IN L3 ON Ascent end waiting
010 L110 OUT M020 ON Gate cut area advance memory OFF
011 END
END

Home position return disabled program No. 251


STEP LAB COM OPE Details
PROG #251
001 L119 ALM 1
002 OUT MDELE ON Alarm 1 (201) output
003 GOTO L119 Operation stop output
004 END
END

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Case-3
Two point release operation

Input and output signals in OTB470 is used with this sample.


L13: Product check 2 input, V13: Chuck open output
Chuck open, L13-OFF check
Interrupt program No.1
STEP LAB COM OPE Details
PROG #001
001 IF L13 ON GOTO L119 Error when product confirmation 2 is ON
002 END
END

Interrupt program No.2


STEP LAB COM OPE Details
PROG #002
001 OUT V13 ON Product chuck 2 open output
002 WAIT 0.50 0.50 second stand-by
003 END
END

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Chuck close
Interrupt program No.6
STEP LAB COM OPE Details
PROG #006
001 OUT V13 OFF Product chuck 2 close
002 WAIT T82 T82 set time stand-by
003 END
END

Home position return program no.9


STEP LAB COM OPE Details
PROG #009
001 IF L13 OFF GOTO L119 Error when product check 2 is OFF
002 ON #101 Product check 2 monitor program start
003 END
END

Product release operation


Interrupt program No.19
STEP LAB COM OPE Details
PROG #019
001 SPEED 30 Speed 30 % specification
002 MOVE A4 P001 A4 (vertical) P001 movement
003 MOVE A1, A2 P002 A1 (traverse), A2 (crosswise) P002
movement
004 MOVE A4 P002 A4 (vertical) P002 movement
005 WAIT 0.30 0.30 second stand-by
006 OUT V13 ON Product chuck 2 open output
007 WAIT T81 T81 set time stand-by
008 END
END

Product check 2 monitor program No. 101


STEP LAB COM OPE Details
PROG #101
001 L001 IF V13 ON GOTO L003 Product chuck 2 open complete
002 IF L13 ON GOTO L001 Product check 2 ON check
003 WAIT 0.10 0.10 second stand-by
004 IF L13 OFF GOTO L119 Error when product check 2 is OFF
005 GOTO L001
006 L003 END
END

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Free operation program No. 201
STEP LAB COM OPE Details
PROG #201
001 OUT V13 ON Product chuck 2 open output
002 END
END

Monitor program
Product check 2 error program No. 251
STEP LAB COM OPE Details
PROG #251
001 L119 ALM 1 Alarm 1 output
002 OFF #101 Product check 2 monitor program
complete
003 OUT MDELE ON Automatic stop output
004 GOTO L119
005 END
END

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Case-4
Undercut operation

Input and output signals in OTB470 is used with this sample.


V13: Chuck slide output
* Advance midway release and return midway release cannot be set simultaneously.
Undercut return check
Interrupt program No. 2
STEP LAB COM OPE Details
PROG #002
001 OUT V13 OFF Chuck slide output OFF
002 END
END
Undercut action
Interrupt program No.7
STEP LAB COM OPE Details
PROG #007
001 OUT V13 ON Chuck slide output ON
002 WAIT T82 T82 set time stand-by
003 END
END

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Undercut return
Interrupt program No.8
STEP LAB COM OPE Details
PROG #008
001 OUT V13 OFF Chuck slide output OFF
002 WAIT T83 T83 set time stand-by
003 END
END

Free operation program No. 201


STEP LAB COM OPE Details
PROG #201
001 OUT V13 ON Chuck slide output ON
002 END
END

Home position return program No. 241


STEP LAB COM OPE Details
PROG #241
001 OUT V13 OFF Chuck slide output OFF
002 WAIT T83 T83 set time stand-by
003 END
END

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Case-5
Hinge operation

Input and output signals in OTB470 is used with this sample.


V13: Hinge output
Hinge return check
Interrupt program No. 2
STEP LAB COM OPE Details
PROG #002
001 OUT V13 OFF, M030 OFF Hinge output OFF, Complete memory
OFF
002 END
END

Hinge operation start


Interrupt program No. 9
STEP LAB COM OPE Details
PROG #009
001 ON #101 Hinge operation program start
002 END
END

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Hinge operation program
Hinge operation program No. 101
STEP LAB COM OPE Details
PROG #101
001 OUTP PCLR1 Preset counter reset
002 L100 OUT V13 ON Hinge output ON
003 WAIT T82 T82 set time stand-by
004 OUT V13 OFF Hinge output OFF
005 WAIT T83 T83 set time stand-by
006 OUTP PCIN1 Counter +1
007 IF PCUP1 OFF GOTO L100 Counter up check
008 OUT M030 ON Hinge complete memory ON
009 END
END

Hinge operation complete


Interrupt program No.16
STEP LAB COM OPE Details
PROG #016
001 IN M030 ON Hinge complete memory waiting
002 OUT M030 OFF Hinge complete memory OFF
003 END
END

Free operation program No. 201


STEP LAB COM OPE Details
PROG #201
001 OUT V13 ON Hinge output ON
002 END
END

Home position return


Home position return program No. 241
STEP LAB COM OPE Details
PROG #241
001 OUT V13 OFF, M030 OFF Hinge output OFF, complete memory
OFF
002 WAIT T83 T83 set time stand-by
003 OUTP PCLR1 Preset counter reset
004 END
END

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Case-6
Insert supply operation

SIOF88 is added to PI360 and input and output signals in OTB470 is used with this sample.
I01: Start SW input, I03: Slide table return end input, I04: Slide table action source input
O01: Slide table return output, O02: Slide table action output
L13: Insert check input
L16: Pusher return end input, L17: Pusher action end input
V13: Insert chuck open output, V17: Pusher action output
P001: Insert receive position, P002: Insert receive ascent position
P003: Insert insertion position, P004: Insert insertion return position

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Chuck open, L13-OFF and L16-ON check, Program No. 101, 103, 104, and 105
start
Interrupt program No. 1
STEP LAB COM OPE Details
PROG #001
001 OUT V13 ON, V17 OFF, O 01 Insert chuck open, Pusher return
ON, O 02 OFF, Slide table return, Memory OFF
M030 OFF, M031 OFF
002 WAIT 2.00 2.00 seconds stand-by
003 IF L13 OFF, L16 ON, Insert chuck input check
L17 OFF GOTO L001
004 GOSUB #251 Error when a failure occurs
005 L001 IF I 01 OFF, I 03 ON, I 04 Insert supplier input program
OFF GOTO L002
006 GOSUB #252 Error when a failure occurs
007 L002 ON #101 Insert supplier operation program start
008 ON #103 Table action monitor program start
009 ON #104 Table return monitor program start
010 ON #105 Insert monitor program start
011 IN L3 ON Ascent end input waiting
012 OUT M033 ON Automatic initial memory ON
013 GOSUB #102 Insert workpiece receiving program
branch
014 END
END

Insert workpiece operation program


Interrupt program No. 20
STEP LAB COM OPE Details
PROG #020
001 GOSUB #102 Insert workpiece receiving program
branch
002 END
END

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Insert workpiece supplier operation program
Insert supplier operation program No. 101
STEP LAB COM OPE Details
PROG #101
001 IF I 03 ON GOTO L003 Table return end check
002 L004 OUT O 01 ON, O 02 OFF Table return output
003 WAIT T82 T82 set time stand-by
004 IN I 03 ON Table return end check
005 L003 IN I 01 ON Set complete switch
006 OUT O 01 OFF, O 02 ON Table action output
007 WAIT T83 T83 set time stand-by
008 IN I 04 ON Table action end check
009 OUT M030 ON Transfer preparation OK ON
010 IN M031 ON Receiving complete input waiting
011 OUT M030 OFF Transfer preparation OK OFF
012 GOTO L004
013 END
END

Unloader insert workpiece receiving operation program


Insert workpiece receiving program No. 102
STEP LAB COM OPE Details
PROG #102
001 SPEED 70 Speed 70 % specification
002 OUT V5 ON Vertical hook return output
003 MOVE A1, A2 P001 A1 (traverse), A2 (crosswise) P001
movement
004 IF L9 ON GOTO L005 Posture action end check
005 OUT MV4R OFF, MV4P ON Posture action output
006 IN L9 ON Posture action end check
007 L005 IN M030 ON Transfer preparation OK waiting
008 SPEED 30 Speed 30 % specification
009 MOVE A4 P001 A4 (vertical) P001 movement
010 OUT V13 OFF Insert chuck close
011 WAIT T84 T84 set time stand-by
012 SPEED 50 Speed 50 % specification
013 MOVE A4 P002 A4 (vertical) P002 movement
014 IF L3 OFF GOSUB #253 Ascent end check
015 IF L13 OFF GOSUB #254 Insert workpiece check
016 OUT M031 ON Receiving complete output
017 IF M033 OFF GOTO L006 Automatic initial memory check
018 OUT MV4P OFF, MV4R ON Posture return output
019 IN L8 ON Posture return end check
020 L006 OUT M031 OFF, M033 OFF Initial memory and receiving completion
OFF
021 RET
END

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Insert supply operation to mold
Interrupt program No. 8
STEP LAB COM OPE Details
PROG #008
001 SPEED A4 20, A2 10 SpeedA4 20%, A2 10% specification
002 MOVE A4 P003 A4 (vertical) P003 movement
003 MOVE A2 P003 A2 (crosswise) P03 movement
004 OUT V13 ON, V17 ON Insert chuck open, pusher action output
005 IN L17 ON or M034 ON Pusher action waiting
006 OUT V17 OFF Pusher return output
007 IN L16 ON Pusher return end check
008 MOVE A2 P004 A2 (crosswise) P004 movement
009 IF M034 ON GOSUB #251 Error when pusher action is defective
010 END
END

Table action monitor program No. 103


(Processed as an error when it does not operate in 5 seconds)
STEP LAB COM OPE Details
PROG #103
001 L202 OUT M070=0 Variable (M070 to 077) initial value
substitution
002 L200 IF O 01 OFF GOTO L202 Table return output check
003 WAIT 1.00 1.00 second stand-by
004 IF I 03 ON GOTO L202 Table return end check
005 INC M070 Variable (M070 to 077) +1
006 IF M070=5 GOSUB #252 Variable (M070 to 077) = 5 error
007 GOTO L200
008 RET
END

Table action monitor program No. 104


(Processed as an error when it does not operate in 5 seconds)
STEP LAB COM OPE Details
PROG #104
001 L204 OUT M078=0 Variable (M078 to 07F) initial value
substitution
002 L206 IF O 02 OFF GOTO L204 Table return output check
003 WAIT 1.00 1.00 second stand-by
004 IF I 04 ON GOTO L204 Table return end check
005 INC M078 Variable (M078 to 07F) +1
006 IF M078=5 GOSUB #252 Variable (M078 to 07F) = 5 error
007 GOTO L206
008 RET
END

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Insert monitor program No. 105
STEP LAB COM OPE Details
PROG #105
001 L210 IF V17 OFF GOTO L210 Pusher action output check
002 WAIT T85 T85 set time stand-by
003 IF V17 OFF GOTO L210 Pusher action output check
004 IF L17 OFF GOTO L211 Pusher action end check
005 GOTO L210
006 L211 OUT M034 ON Pusher defective memory output
007 END
END

Free operation program No. 201 (A series of pusher operation)


STEP LAB COM OPE Details
PROG #201
001 OUT V13 ON, V17 ON Insert chuck open, pusher action output
002 WAIT 2.00 2.00 seconds stand-by
003 OUT V17 OFF Pusher action output OFF
004 END
END

Free operation program No. 202 (Insert chuck open)


STEP LAB COM OPE Details
PROG #202
001 OUT V13 ON Inset chuck open
002 END
END

Free operation program No. 203 (Supplier table return)


STEP LAB COM OPE Details
PROG #203
001 IN L3 ON or L12 OFF Unloader safe position check
002 OUT O 02 OFF, O 01 ON Table return output
003 END
END

Free operation program No. 204 (Supplier table action)


STEP LAB COM OPE Details
PROG #204
001 IN L3 ON or L12 OFF Unloader safe position check
002 OUT O 01 OFF, O 02 ON Table action output
003 END
END

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Monitor program 1 (Pusher operation error alarm)
Insert chuck error program No. 251
STEP LAB COM OPE Details
PROG #251
001 L110 ALM 1 Alarm 1 (201) output
002 OUT BZ ON Buzzer output
003 PAUSE ON NC program stop
004 OUT MDELE ON Automatic operation stop
005 GOTO L110
006 RET
END

Monitor program 2 (Slide unit input error alarm)


Supplier slide error program No. 252
STEP LAB COM OPE Details
PROG #252
001 L111 ALM 2 Alarm 2 (202) output
002 OUT BZ ON Buzzer output
003 PAUSE ON NC program stop
004 OUT MDELE ON Automatic operation stop
005 GOTO L111
006 RET
END

Monitor program 3 (Ascent point setting error alarm)


Ascent end check error program No. 253
STEP LAB COM OPE Details
PROG #253
001 L112 ALM 3 Alarm 3 (203) output
002 OUT BZ ON Buzzer output
003 PAUSE ON NC program stop
004 OUT MDELE ON Automatic operation stop
005 GOTO L112
006 RET
END

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Monitor program 4 (insert workpiece check alarm)
Insert workpiece error program No. 254
STEP LAB COM OPE Details
PROG #254
001 L113 ALM 4 Alarm 4 (204) output
002 OUT BZ ON Buzzer output
003 PAUSE ON NC program stop
004 OUT MDELE ON Automatic operation stop
005 GOTO L113
006 RET
END

Home position return


Home position return program No. 241
STEP LAB COM OPE Details
PROG #241
001 OUT V3 ON, V17 OFF, M030 Insert chuck open, pusher return
OFF, M031 OFF, M032 Memory OFF
OFF, M033 OFF
002 END
END

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Case-7
Air blow operation

Input and output signals in OTB470 is used with this program.


V13: Air blow output
Air blow OFF check
Interrupt program No. 2
STEP LAB COM OPE Details
PROG #002
001 OUT V13 OFF Air blow output OFF
002 END
END

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Air blow operation
Interrupt program No. 8
STEP LAB COM OPE Details
PROG #008
001 SPEED 50 Speed 50% specification
002 MOVE A2, A4 P001 A2 (crosswise), A4 (vertical) P001
movement
003 OUT V13 ON Air blow output ON
004 SPEED 10 Speed 10% specification
005 MOVE A2, A4 P002 A2 (crosswise), A4 (vertical) P002
movement
006 OUT V13 OFF Air blow output OFF
007 END
END

Free operation program No. 201


STEP LAB COM OPE Details
PROG #201
001 OUT V13 ON Air blow output ON
002 END
END

Home position return


Home position return program No. 241
STEP LAB COM OPE Details
PROG #241
001 OUT V13 OFF Air blow output OFF
002 END
END

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Case-8
Product weight measurement system

Interrupt program No. 13


STEP LAB COM OPE Details
PROG #013
001 SPEED 50 Speed 50% specification
002 MOVE A1, A2 P001 A1 (traverse), A2 (crosswise) P001
movement
003 SPEED 10 Speed 10% specification
004 MOVE A4 P001 A4 (vertical) P001 movement
005 OUT MCC OFF Chuck and absorption open
006 WAIT T82 T82 set time stand-by
007 MOVE A4 P002 A4 (vertical) P002 movement
008 WAIT T83 T83 set time stand-by
009 MOVE A4 P003 A4 (vertical) P003 movement
010 OUT MCC ON Chuck and absorption close
011 WAIT T84 T84 set time stand-by
012 MOVE A4 P004 A4 (vertical) P004 movement
013 SPEED 50 Speed 50% specification
014 MOVE A1, A2 P004 A1 (traverse), A2 (crosswise) P004
movement
015 END
END

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Case-9
Example 1 of special command

<BREAK> Stop of axis in movement


*1 SP7 ON: Stop of axis

Interrupt program No. 19


STEP LAB COM OPE Details
PROG #019
001 SPEED 50 Speed 50 % specification
002 MOVE A4 P001 A4 (vertical) P001 movement
003 MOVE A1, A2 P002 A1 (traverse), A2 (crosswise) P002
movement
004 MOVEP A4 P002 A4 (vertical) P002 movement
005 IN SP7 ON Waiting for input of SP7
006 BREAK A4 A4 (vertical) stop
007 WAIT T81 T81 set time stand-by
008 END
END

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Example 2 of special command

<PAUSE> Step suspension


*2 SP7 ON: Suspension of axis
*3 SP7 OFF: Release of suspension of axis

Interrupt program No. 19


STEP LAB COM OPE Details
PROG #019
001 SPEED 50 Speed 50 % specification
002 MOVE A4 P001 A4 (vertical) P001 movement
003 ON #251 Start of suspension program
004 MOVE A1, A2 P002 A1 (traverse) A2 (crosswise) P002 movement
005 MOVE A4 P002 A4 (vertical) P002 movement
006 WAIT 1 1 second stand-by
007 OFF #251 Release of suspension program
008 END
END

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Suspension program No. 251
STEP LAB COM OPE Details
PROG #251
001 L100 IF SP7 OFF GOTO L001 Branch to L001 in the case of SP7 OFF
002 IF SP7 ON GOTO L002 Branch to L002 in the case of SP7 ON
003 L001 PAUSE OFF Release of step suspension
004 ALM 0 Release of alarm
005 OUT BZ OFF Release of buzzer
006 GOTO L100
007 L002 PAUSE ON Step suspension
008 ALM 1 NC alarm 1 output
009 OUT BZ ON Buzzer output
010 GOTO L100
011 END
END

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― APPENDIX ―

z NC step check sheet


STEP LAB COM OPE Remarks

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z NC point check sheet
Point Point A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 Remarks
No. name

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― APPENDIX ―

z I/O connection circuit diagram


PCN-1H20 Connector list

Toyo Giken PCN-1H20

Connector Manufacturer Product Model Quantity


name (type) name
- Hirose Denki Socket HIF3BA-20D-2.54 1
HIF3BA series Terminal HIF3-2226SC 20

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OPM401 layout diagram inside the board

Details of connector
Symbol Name
CON1 Board power supply (DC24V)
CON2 Communication connector
CONA Communication connector (for option)
CONB Communication connector (for option)
CONC Communication connector (for option)
COND Communication connector (for option)
Details of LED display
Symbol Name State
LED1 Board communication monitor Lights up in case of error (red)
Details of HIC input and output LED (COND)
Symbol Side A Side B
HIC 3 Output 16 O16 (2B) Output 17 O17 (2A)
HIC 4 Output 14 O14 (3B) Output 15 O15 (3A)
HIC 5 Output 12 O12 (4B) Output 13 O13 (4A)
HIC 6 Output 10 O10 (5B) Output 11 O11 (5A)
HIC 7 Input 17 I17 (6A) Input 16 I16 (6B)
HIC 8 Input 15 I15 (7A) Input 14 I14 (7B)
HIC 9 Input 13 I13 (8A) Input 12 I12 (8B)
HIC10 Input 11 I11 (9A) Input 10 I10 (9B)

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·Connector

Connector Manufacturer Product Model Quantity


name (type) name
CON1 Nihon Crimp-style VH connector VHR-2N 1
Terminal
VH connector Contact SVH-21T-P1.1 2
CON2 Hirose Denki Protector DF1-5A-1.05 1
DF1 series Socket DF1-5S-2.5R26 1
CONA Interface board 1
SIOF88
CONB Interface board 1
SIOF88
CONC Interface board 1
SIOF88
COND Hirose Denki Socket HIF3BA-20D-2.54 1
HIF3BA series Terminal HIF3-2226SC 20

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SIOF88 layout diagram inside the board

Details of connector
Symbol Name Details
CNA Communication connector Board plug side connector
CNB Communication connector External input and output connector

Details of HIC input and output LED


(Check them on the separate sheet because they vary according to the connectors to which they are
inserted.)
Symbol Side A Side B
HIC 1 OUT ** (2B) OUT ** (2A)
HIC 2 OUT ** (3B) OUT ** (3A)
HIC 3 OUT ** (4B) OUT ** (4A)
HIC 4 OUT ** (5B) OUT ** (5A)
HIC 5 IN ** (6A) IN ** (6B)
HIC 6 IN ** (7A) IN ** (7B)
HIC 7 IN ** (8A) IN ** (8B)
HIC 8 IN ** (9A) IN ** (9B)

Connector
Connector Manufacturer Product Model Quantity
name (type) name
CNB Hirose Denki Socket HIF3BA-20D-2.54 1
HIF3BA series Terminal HIF3-2226SC 20

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Parts list
Code Compatible
Name Type Manufacture Qty Remarks
No. models
Communic
200127 ation board UNCM (360) Star Seiki 1
unit
P.C. board
Additional and sheet
151264 PI-B (360SK) Star Seiki 1
unit metal are
contained.
P.C. board
Additional GX-500(S)Ⅲ and sheet
151265 PI-C (360SK) Star Seiki 1
unit GX-700(S)Ⅲ metal are
contained.
GX-1100(S)Ⅲ P.C. board
Additional
140124 OPM-D (470SK) Star Seiki 1 and BOX are
unit contained.
Additional P.C. board is
140125 OPM-C (470SK) Star Seiki 1
unit contained.
P.C. board
Additional and sheet
151266 PI-B (360LK) Star Seiki 1
unit metal are
contained.
P.C. board
Additional and sheet
151267 PI-C (360LK) Star Seiki 1 GX-1500(S)Ⅲ
unit metal are
GX-1800(S)Ⅲ contained.
P.C. board
Additional
140126 OPM-D (470LK) Star Seiki 1 and BOX are
unit contained.
Additional P.C. board is
140127 OPM-C (470LK) Star Seiki 1
unit contained.

Interlock
151123 PI360 Star Seiki 1
P.C. board
I/O
350075 Interface SIOF88 Star Seiki 1
P.C. board
Additional
140062 I/O P.C. OPM401 Star Seiki 1
board
Interface
150772 terminal PCN-1H20 Toyo Giken 1
block
Carriage
140123 unit relay OTB470 Star Seiki 1
board

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PI-B,PI-C (360SK) Layout diagram for GX-500(S)III, 700(S)III

PI-B (360SK)
PI-C (360SK)

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PI-B, PI-C (360SK) Layout diagram for GX-1100(S)III

PI-B (360SK)
PI-C (360SK)

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OPM-D (470SK) Layout diagram

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OPM-C (470SK) Layout diagram

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PI-B, PI-C (360LK) Layout diagram for GX-1500(S)III, 1800(S)III

PI-B (360LK)

PI-C (360LK)

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OPM-D (470LK) Layout diagram

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OPM-C (470LK) Layout diagram

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PI360 board additional guidance

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OTB470 board additional guidance

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PI-B additional I/O additional circuit diagram

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PI-C additional I/O additional circuit diagram

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OPM-D additional I/O additional circuit diagram

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OPM-C additional I/O additional circuit diagram

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